Today’s newsletter focuses on some of the activities that LeadingAge is focused on in support of our 100 Days of Advocacy Plan, which aims to reinforce the important role that LeadingAge members and state partners play in advocating for aging services policies with policymakers at federal, state, and local levels.

Register Today for 2021 Virtual Lobby Day

Every year, LeadingAge connects members with their lawmakers on Capitol Hill to advocate for policies that remove barriers to care, advocate for more affordable senior housing, develop new services, improve reimbursement, and make America a better place for older adults. Join LeadingAge’s Lobby Day on April 21, 2021. Register before March 24 for guaranteed scheduling with your lawmakers.

Make Your Voice Heard on Medicare Cuts!

We regularly send out Action Alert requests asking you to contact Congress to make sure they hear how their actions impact your organization and the residents and clients you serve. This week, we’re asking you to urge Congress to pass H.R. 1868, a bill that will prevent cuts to Medicare due to congressional mandates. Make your voice heard by reaching out to your members of Congress today.

How Members Influenced LeadingAge’s 2021 Policy Priorities

LeadingAge’s policy priorities guide LeadingAge advocacy on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, and in state capitals around the nation. We encourage you to read the 2021 policy priorities that matter most to you and use them as a resource when advocating to legislators.

Questions? Ask LeadingAge National or Your State Association

Contact Joe Franco, vice president of LeadingAge grassroots activities for more information about the above. If you have questions about local and state issues, contact your state association.